Are you tired of your empty corners? Room corners are overlooked and underutilized in a lot of homes. Are you looking to maximize your space? Just because your space is small, doesn’t mean you can’t do a lot with it. If you think creative, the corner shelves might even become one of the most prominent elements in the room. Check out this collection of creative corner shelves and maximize your (storing) space.
“Don’t be evil” was Google’s motto of corporate code of conduct, and it was first introduced around 2000. It was proposed by Googler Paul Buchheit when Google was still finding its footing.
The “Don’t be evil” was obviously well-intentioned but, in the same time, it provided an easy way for people to name the search giant a hypocrite anytime it took controversial actions towards its users.
The most famous example is Steve Jobs calling the slogan “bullshit” during a heated talk about Apple’s rivalry with Google.
After Google’s corporate restructuring under the conglomerate Alphabet Inc. in October 2015, the slogan changed to “Do the right thing” as its motto with the original motto retained, however, in Google’s code of conduct.
“Employees of Alphabet and its subsidiaries and controlled affiliates should do the right thing—follow the law, act honorably, and treat each other with respect…” the new code reads, noticeably dropping the famous motto.
Other Google slogans you may find online are obviously funny/honest advertising variations.
From classic cute to beautiful creations and cartoons inspired pumpkins.
Troll Pumpkins will make you want to sing and dance this Halloween!
What you need in order to craft your own Troll Pumpkins this Halloween:
Foam Sheets, Permanent Markers, Large Googly Eyes, Glue, Pink / Blue Spray Paint, Blue / Pink Faux Fur, Chenille Stems
The secret of a perfect kitchen is a blend of a beautiful design, advanced equipment and multifunctionality.
These Columbus Days crafts and activities ideas are fun but they also help children develop many important skills. Columbus Day crafts and activities can use materials found around the house making them inexpensive.
Once you’ve got the Easter dinner menu planned, it’s time to think about the fun stuff: Easter desserts! If you’re looking to make this Easter memorable for your children, you came to the right place! Here’s a collection of adorable decorated cupcakes and cakes, perfect for the Easter celebration. Colorful eggs, fluffy lambs, beautiful bunnies and chicks, and a lot of spring flowers.
Easter Cupcake tips:
– To make your Easter Cupcakes even cuter, use fun foil or fancifully decorated muffin cup liners.
– To make a bunny decorated cupcake, start your favorite cupcake recipe and use a piping bag with a star tip to add peaks of vanilla frosting. Shape white gumdrops into triangles for the bunny’s ears, attach a jelly bean nose, and add black and white frosting for eyes and mustache.
– Transform ordinary marshmallows into fluffy bunnies with the help of frosting and flaked coconut.